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The majority of University of Nottingham students have the opportunity to study abroad during their University career. Attend the Study Abroad Fair in November each year to find out more.

 

A Language Graduate teaching English in Italy

Robert's experiences as a graduate teaching English as a Foreign Language through International House in Jesi, Italy.

by Robert Owen Pinn

 
 
Austria

Make the most of your weekends: Quick trips from Vienna

by Robert Pinn
 
Spain

The Year Abroad: One Year Later

by Emma Brown
 
Careers

How has learning a language at university inspired you?

by Global Graduates
 
Advice

Planning my year abroad: what I would have changed

by Cerys Wakeman
 
France

Finding student accommodation in France: what Toulouse taught me

by Eleanor Gill
 
Study Abroad

10 things I’ve learned about America

by Daisy Guy

Mole Diaries

 
Poland

The Mole Diaries: Gdansk, Poland

by Global Graduates
 
New Zealand

The Mole Diaries: Auckland

by Kaja Bronowska
 
Bordeaux

The Mole Diaries: Talence, Bordeaux

by Michael Winnington
 
French

The Mole Diaries: Avignon

by Georgie Cauthery
 
Spanish

The Mole Diaries: Buenos Aires (Volume 3)

by Joe Cohen

Questions about Nottingham Uni

Q

What kitchen stuff should I pack for my year abroad?

France
Q

Can anyone recommend the best SIM card to get in Germany to put into my unl...

Germany
Q

What financial help is available for studying in Russia for a semester?

Russia
Q

Hello! I first did the British Council assistantship 5 years ago on my univ...

NIE
Q

Which country would be best to study in, France or Germany?

France

Hey Georgina - personally, I think you're better off STUDYING in Germany. I read French and History, and spent my year abroad studying at L'Université de Savoie in Chambery, followed by an internship...

Q

How many days before my erasmus term begins, shall I fly out?

Flights

Hi Arnie,3 days might be a little bit tight if you want to get everything set up before your term starts.You might very well be able to get everything sorted in that time but it will most likely invol...

Q

Where can I get an A1 form?

Work placement

Hi Georgina,The HMRC has some information about this http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/international/ni-abroad.htmHowever the impression I am getting is that you are only eligible for UK social security whilst a...

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